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Uniforms of the United States Space Force

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The uniforms of the United States Space Force are the standardized military uniforms worn by members of the U.S. Space Force to distinguish themselves from other U.S. uniformed services.

History

Becoming an independent service on 20 December 2019, the U.S. Space Force continues to wear the same uniforms that it did as Air Force Space Command, although its first Chief of Space Operations, General John W. Raymond, is working on establishing its own distinctive uniform program.[1]

Service dress uniform

General John Raymond in his official command photo as chief of space operations, wearing the blue service dress uniform.
General John Raymond in his official command photo as chief of space operations, wearing the blue service dress uniform.

The Space Force is continuing to use the U.S. Air Force's blue service dress uniform, which was first used by General Raymond at the signing of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act on 20 December 2019, which created the U.S. Space Force.[2] The current blue service dress uniform was initially adopted by the Air Force in 1994, replacing earlier blue service dress uniforms, and continues to be used as of 2020.[3]

The coat itself is single-breasted with three buttons and has one welt pocket on the upper left side and two lower pocket flaps. The buttons are silver-oxided, featuring traditional "Hap Arnold wings". Officer coats feature epaulets for the placement of rank. General officers wear a 1 12-inch-wide (3.8 cm) blue sleeve braid, while all other officers wear a 12-inch-wide (1.3 cm) blue sleeve braid. Like the Air Force, mirror-silver "U.S." insignia are worn on the collars. A silver name tag with blue detailing is worn on the right side of the uniform, while ribbons and occupational badges are worn on the left side of the uniform.[4]

Combat utility uniform

A Space Force general's OCP uniform.
A Space Force general's OCP uniform.

On 17 January 2020, the Space Force announced that its combat utility uniform would be the same OCP uniform that was used while it was Air Force Space Command. The full-color United States flag is worn on the left side of the uniform and the thread for the name tape, branch tape, and rank is navy blue. This distinguishes it from the OCP uniforms worn by the Army and Air Force, with the Army using black thread and wearing the full-color flag on the right, and the Air Force, which uses spice brown thread and wears a subdued spice brown flag on the right side of the uniform.[1]

Cadet uniform

Space Force cadets, showcasing their distinctive parade dress at the Air Force Academy's graduation for the class of 2020.
Space Force cadets, showcasing their distinctive parade dress at the Air Force Academy's graduation for the class of 2020.

Space Force cadets at the United States Air Force Academy wear the standard parade dress uniform with a platinum sash for graduation. Air Force cadets wear the same uniform, but with a gold sash.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b Hodge Seck, Hope (17 January 2020). "Space Force Offers First Peek at Camouflage Uniform". Military.com. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Trump signs space force bill". Los Angeles Times. Associated Press. 20 December 2019. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  3. ^ Harris, John F. (4 November 1994). "New Chief Shoots Down U.S. Air Force Uniform". The Washington Post. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  4. ^ Manasco, Shon J. (15 April 2019). "Air Force Guidance Memorandum to AFI 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel" (PDF). Washington, DC: United States Department of the Air Force. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  5. ^ Golightly, Chase. "Select group of AFA graduates assigned to work with US Space Force". KRDO.com. KRDO. Retrieved 19 April 2020. Those headed to Space Force will be wearing platinum and silver sashes instead of gold for Air Force.

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